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DU’s LLB Student Barred from Taking Exams

On 18th May, the Delhi High Court refused to grant relaxation to a second-year law student from taking her fourth semester examination which commenced on 16th May due to...

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Are There Degrees Of Consent?

Recently the Delhi High Court acquitted Peepli Live co-director Mahmood Farooqui, in what seems to be a travesty of a judgement by the judiciary. Feminists and...

Police remove barricades from Delhi High Court blast site in New Delhi on Tuesday. *** Local Caption *** Police remove barricades from Delhi High Court blast site in New Delhi on Tuesday. Express photo by RAVI KANOJIA. New Delhi Sept 13th-2011

Delhi HC asks DU Law Faculty to absorb students for the 301 vacant seats

The Delhi High Court, on Wednesday, asked the Law Faculty of the University of Delhi (DU) to scrap its policy of clubbing two categories.   Delhi High Court, on...

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Accept all applications for re-evaluation: Delhi High Court issues notice to CBSE

On Thursday, the Delhi High Court directed the Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) to accept all applications for re-evaluation. This is the result of a plea...

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Delhi High Court hears plea to stop the reduction of Delhi University’s LLB seats

On May 31st, the Delhi High Court issued a notice to the Centre, the University of Delhi (DU), and the Bar Council of India (BCI), seeking direction not to reduce the...

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Delhi University Challenges Delhi High Court order on employees’ pension

The University of Delhi has decided to challenge a Delhi High Court Order in the Supreme Court, which directed the University to grant monthly pension to over 300...

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Delhi High Court issues notice to DU on inadequate hostel accommodation

After three years of protesting, there finally appears a ray of hope. The Delhi High Court on Monday, 2nd of May, demanded a response from Delhi University concerning...